For anyone who is interested in acting no matter your level of experience, Island Stage wants you to have the opportunity to learn from the best. Richard Waterhouse has taught acting in L.A, and N.Y.C. He teaches with humor, warmth and amazing insight. No matter how experienced you are, Richard will help you to grow. Beginners will learn to move beyond their fears and discover how much fun acting can be!

Dates: Fri. May 18th 6:30-9:30 and Sat. May 19th, 11:00-2:00

Location: 64 West Shore Rd. Grand Isle, VT 05458

Deadline: Space for this workshop is limited, and the deadline for enrollment is May 11.

Contact: Noni Stuart at or call 802 777-4326, as soon as possible to secure your place or if you’d like more information.

RICHARD WATERHOUSE is a teacher, director and actor. He is an acting instructor at Brown University, and has guest taught at Indiana/Purdue at Ft. Wayne, Seton Hall, and Burlington College. Richard has founded two 48 Hr. Film competitions, one at the Green Mountain Film Festival in Montpelier, Vermont and the other in Bradford, Vermont, now in it’s 9th year. He is also one of the founders of Fuller Road Artist Residency as well as it’s Producing Director. Directing credits include the independent feature film Young, Single and Angry, the award winning short film, Respect for Acting, as well as Love Alone, Lives of the Great Poisoners, ‘8’ the play, Kimberly Akimbo and The Little Dog Laughed. Richard produced the short film, Pearl, starring Dan Butler and Tony award winning actress, Frances Sternhagen. He has appeared in plays and musicals in New York, Chicago and Los Angeles and in Moonlight and Mistletoe for the Hallmark Channel, and the independent feature film Karl Rove, I Love You.